Get inspired by these stunning coat refashions to make your own unique winter coat. You can make a gorgeous coat from another coat or some other fabric entirely!
This post is full of tutorials and coats you can purchase that are refashioned and upcycled. You’ll never guess all the items that make up these gorgeous, reimagined coats.
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This trench coat has a beautiful story. It was her grandmother’s, but it was outdated. She refashioned it to update it and even gave it a feminine peplum.
The jacket had some potential with all the lovely details, but adding some tassels and ruffles made it gorgeous! This is the perfect spring or summer jacket.
This is a coat you can buy, and once I saw it I almost bought it. This gorgeous coat was made out of a wool blanket. The color is beautiful along with all the stitching details!
This refashion is so simple, and I wish I would of thought of it. She shows you how to add some sherpa fabric to a coat. This is an easy statement coat!
This sleeveless coat looks hard because there’s so many details, but she took a men’s blazer and removed the sleeves. There’s more to it than that since she shows you how to finish the raw edges, but you can make your own vest too!
I love the look and simplicity of this refashion. It’s actually a jacket you can buy, but you could easily recreate this look with a black jacket and some bleach!
If you have a coat where the collar and the hems are rubbed raw, this is the perfect refashion. Removed the collar for a sophisticated look and shorten the sleeves and the hem.
Sherpa is such a great fabric. It keeps you warm and looks really nice. This tutorial shows you how to make an oversized sherpa jacket fit you!
This is a coat you can buy, but you need to look at all the details because she upcycles so many beautiful coats! She uses felted wool and felted sweaters to create stunning, one-of-a-kind pieces!
She was inspired by a celebrity’s peplum trench coat, but she shares a tutorial so you can make one too! This look is so classy and sophisticated.
Here is another great tutorial for fixing a collar that is worn out. Add some pretty plaid flannel or any other patterned flannel that makes you happy. I love the pompom detail along the edge!
12- Plaid Coat Refashion*
This coat combines two different materials to make a coat, but the result is amazing. I love the color combination of this coat and the pretty pleats along the back!
She was inspired by a lovely trench coat that she decided was too expensive, and made her own. I love that it is still a trench coat look with pretty ruffles.
This is my coat I created out of my grandmother’s wool coat. The fabric was in good condition but the hems and collars were worn out. I took it apart, and used a coat sewing pattern to cut it up into a whole new coat. It’s great to give new life to something so special.